One of four elementary schools in the Fort Lee School District, School No. 1 is the largest in terms of enrollment.…More It is also the closest of the four to downtown Fort Lee, and its library serves as the location of the Fort Lee Board of Education's bi-monthly regular meetings.
Traditional elementary curriculum at the school is enhanced by a reading program for grades K through 2, including reading levels and small group instruction, a "writer's workbook" for all students first grade and above and a reader's workshop for grades 3 through 6. Underlying the school's philosophy in these areas is a belief that writing is the key to critical thinking, and the ability to read is the foundation of all learning.
Additional activities include assemblies and concerts, "hands on" science, bilingual classes, talent shows and dances. The school's stated motto is "Respect and Responsibility," and it is particularly notable for its active PTA.
New Synagogue of Fort Lee 1585 Center Ave, Fort Lee, NJ07024 Established in 1993, the New Synagogue of Fort Lee is housed in a modern-looking building with stained glass windows on…More Center Ave. As the name implies, it is one of the newest synagogues in the area and, as such, is in transition as it grows from its humble beginnings as a group of 50 families that banded together to form it. The New Synagogue is home to a Hebrew school and a preschool for ages 3 to 4. It also offers adult education programs. The New Synagogue's mission statement says in part, "The purpose of the New Synagogue of Fort Lee is to serve as a foundation of Jewish life in Fort Lee and surrounding communities." It offers a full program of cultural and social activities, including groups such as Minyan, a sisterhood, a men's club and Young Judea. Weekly services are Friday at 6pm and Saturday at 9am. The synagogue continues to operate under of the spiritual guidance of founder Rabbi Meir M. Berger. The synagogue's social hall is available to rent.
ICEF, or International Culture & Education Foundation, offers international applicants training programs that…More allow them to work in the United States.
Each year the United States offers a certain number of J1 visas, or the Certificate of Eligibility for Exchange Visitor Status. This allows for short term employment.
Consultation services include reviewing a candidate's qualifications, conducting interviews for the necessary English requirement and providing information on American life. It also pairs employees and employers..